Opportunities and threats for Iran to enter the blockchain technology market

NikZadSoheil Nikzad
Marketing Director at PersianGIG.com

Bitcoin and Blockchain technology at a glance

If we are asked how much we trust somebody, the answer would probably be a collection of sentences which expresses our mental estimations about his/her possible reactions in different situations. Now if the question is solely about financial issues, we would be able to determine a specific monetary amount so that his/her honesty and truth could be trustable in less amounts. Now picture an algorithm allowing us to put a part of your trust towards somebody in a pyx, lock it with a key without worrying about any leakage and deliver it to your trustee so he/she can trust on the first audience based on your trust. This way a considerable amount of existing trust among people in small and/or large social networking communities will stream as specified volumes of wealth, commodity, consensus or any other exchangeable valuable roles flow. Thus people can trade, measure, protect or transfer a part of valuable phenomena, which they trust their credibility, in deals. We may lose just a little bit of technical details if we say Bitcoin and its newborn virtual currency family are working like this. Continue reading “Opportunities and threats for Iran to enter the blockchain technology market”

about Hamijoo an online crowdfunding site that aims to help Iranian artistic and film projects

Hamijoo.com
Founded by Mohammad Noresi

Hamijoo is an online crowdfunding site that aims to help Iranian artistic and film projects – much like Indiegogo. In an economy struggling with international sanctions, Hamijoo tries to find an alternative way to support art and culture.

Its founder, Mohammad Noresi, is a 28-year-old graduate of biomedical engineering. He has previously worked on a number of failed tech startups but this latest project has quickly proved itself. Within two months of its launch, Noresi has had to taken on three new workers and is seeking to employ more staff. Continue reading “about Hamijoo an online crowdfunding site that aims to help Iranian artistic and film projects”

Iran’s Banking IT Companies programs for FinTech startups

Shahab Javanmardi CEO of Fanap co. several times has said that once Fanap was a startup company that today is transformed into a large one. When they started, the term startup was not common in Persian language and traditional notion of large state-owned companies. Trading was active in the private sector, according to an unwritten rule, production was transferred to the public sector, but turn that information technology was the next two largest state-owned companies, also began slowly properties. “System Group” were almost the first Company that began in the late 1970s. Although the people in private companies could establish good interaction with characters, apparently attributes FinTech startups have in the future and try to understand the current direction of Iran FinTech, have a stake in it. This is exactly the process that took Fintech the world’s major banks to start-up and instead is opposed to the idea of interaction. However, it seems that banks are ahead of bank information technology companies, and currently there is no place in this arena is not banked. TrigUp presentation ceremony was held in the past week. This report will look at the four companies and their attempt to Fintech startups. Continue reading “Iran’s Banking IT Companies programs for FinTech startups”

English version of way2pay.ir takes off

That’s it, finally after six years of running www.way2pay.ir in Persian language we decided to run the English version of it.

Way2pay.ir is a six-year-old Persian online media which is focused on e-banking, e-payment and recently also on fintech. Fortunately way2pay could find its way and influence through experts and businesses in these fields in Iran and many other online and paper media in Iran quote its content in their reports.

English version of way2pay.ir takes off
English version of way2pay.ir takes off / a screen form persian way2pay.ir

During all these years we were asked that why we don’t have an English version of way2pay so as that foreigners could access to the content. What made us hesitate running an English version of it was that we didn’t want English way2pay to be a translated version of the Persian one. We wanted to start producing content from the starting point for foreigner audience, not just translate what was produced for Iranian audience.

Now we are ready to show the world that what’s happening in Iran in electronic banking, electronic payment and fintech. English way2pay is a chance for Iranian market and businesses to start dealing with the world.

In the coming days, check our reports for Iran banking and payment system.

Ghorbani Brothers (+)(+)

Co-founders of way2pay.ir